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Bauhinia x blakeana

Bauhinia x blakeana

Hong Kong Orchid Tree

Umbrella-like growth habit to 20 ft. high and wide. Flowers bloom from late fall to spring and are sha...

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Beaucarnea recurvata

Bottle Palm

Native to Mexico. To 12–15 ft. tall (possibly to 30 ft. in great age), 9–12 ft. wide. One ...

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Beaumontia grandiflora

Beaumontia grandiflora

Herald’s Trumpet

From the Himalayas. Rampant vine that uses arching, twining branches to climb 30 ft. Large (6–9-...

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Beesia deltophylla (photo courtesy of Doreen L. Wynja)

Beesia deltophylla

Native to China. Lush-looking and easy to grow, this shade-loving evergreen groundcover reaches 1 ft. ...

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Begonia x tuberhybrida

Begonia x tuberhybrida

Tuberous begonia

Best in Zones 4–6, 15–17, 21–24, and H1; possible in 7–9, 14, 18–28, 31,...

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Begonia, Cane-type

They get their name from their stems, which grow tall and woody and have prominent bamboolike joints. ...

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Begonia, Hardy

B. grandis evansiana grows from a tuber to 2–3 ft. tall and wide, with branching red st...

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Begonia, Hiemalis

May be sold as Rieger begonias or Elatior hybrids. These profuse bloomers are outstanding outdoor or i...

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Begonia, Multiflora

These are essentially small-flowered, profuse-blooming tuberous begonias. They are bushy and compact p...

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Rex begonia (photo courtesy of Proven Winners)

Begonia, Rex

With their bold, multicolored leaves, these are probably the most striking of all foliage begonias. Wh...

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Begonia, Rhizomatous

Like rex begonias, these grow from a rhizome. Although some have handsome flowers, they are grown prim...

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Semperflorens begonia

Begonia, Semperflorens

Fibrous Begonia

These bushy, compact plants grow as perennials in listed zones, as annuals anywhere. Dwarf (6–8-...

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